What is the sargassum affecting beaches in eastern Puerto Rico?

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Frances Rosario
Imagen en la que se aprecia la cantidad de sargazo que se acumuló en Las Croabas, Fajardo. (Captura / Twitter @claririz)

The eastern and southeastern coast of Puerto Rico has being seeing high volumes of sargassum, a brown algae that travels through the sea and accumulates on the shore.

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